Disaster Preparation, This Man Makes Luxury 'Anti-Doomsday' Bunker

 Larry Hall, a former contractor, designs and sells an anti-apocalypse bunker. He turned silos or missile storage sheds into underground dwellings.

The 64-year-old first started developing Survival Condo, as he calls it, in central Kansas in 2010. Now, he's receiving a lot of orders due to the high interest in the pandemic situation. He now has several more projects under development in the United States, Europe and Asia.

Quoted from The Sun, Hall said the idea of ​​an anti-apocalypse bunker originated from the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001. At that time, he was an entrepreneur with an internet business, and had experience designing and building computer data centers.

Larry Hall had the idea of ​​building an anti-apocalypse bunker after the terrorist attacks of 9/11 in 2001. Photo: The Sun

He contemplated buying and turning a Cold War-era missile silo into a nuclear-powered data center for the world's largest corporation. But the idea didn't materialize so he decided to turn it into an underground dwelling to protect people.

Hall purchased his first silo, the Atlas F. Intercontinental Ballistic Missile Silo, for USD 300 thousand in 2008. He spent the next few years, and over USD 20 million, turning the place into a 15-story residence, which can accommodate up to 75 people at least. for several years.

"The goal is to protect the population from a variety of potentially world-destroying threats from nuclear war, pandemics, meteor strikes, and civil unrest," Hall said.

"These are luxury bunkers reinforced with nuclear-resistant structures designed to protect residents both physically and mentally."

The bunker facilities are very complete, there is even a cinema! Photo: Bradley L Garrett/The Sun

If you imagine a dark and stuffy bunker, that's not what Hall built. As previously mentioned, this bunker is a luxury residence with complete facilities. Inside is like a luxury hotel room, there is a kitchen, bar, swimming pool, even a cinema!

"During the pandemic, many are spending all the time in isolation at home doing nothing. But in this anti-apocalypse bunker they can swim in the indoor pool, rock climb, go to the gym, play air hockey and other activities," he said. Hall.

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